- Categories: EPPPAs we begin to approach a new year, you might hear others start to consider New Year’s resolutions. Many often focus on health, family, career, goals, and even mindset. As you sit down to reflect on your experience preparing for the EPPP, take time to consider how you approach thinking about the exam. Do you believe in your ability to pass the test? Do you feel angry at having to take the exam in the first place? If the slightest thought of the EPPP results in negative thoughts and emotions, consider goals for altering your perspective.
As you prepare to take the EPPP, it is helpful to understand the EPPP exam itself and how the exam is scored. For example, knowing that there are 50 unscored pre-test questions on the exam can help with anxiety, allowing you to say to yourself, “It’s okay if I don’t know this answer, it may be a test question!”
- Categories: BCBAPreparing for the BCBA exam can be exhausting. It’s the last obstacle before officially earning the BCBA® credential for which you’ve worked so hard. There are so many resources available and sorting through exam prep options, study methods, and study materials. You’ve got this!
When registering to take the EPPP, there are quite a few expenses you should consider and prepare for. Some graduate programs are generous enough to provide financial support for the cost of the exam which is worth asking about. However, you should prepare to pay for the EPPP as well as other expenses that can arise during certain circumstances.